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Golfing may have originated in Scotland, but this sporting titan has settled its way into some of the most exotic areas of the world. Swain Destinations can bring you all-access to some of the most desirable golf courses to be played in the world. Whether you’re looking for an all-golf focused vacation, or just a tee time on a leisurely day, our Swain Specialists are here to cater your vacation to suit your needs.
Some of the featured golf courses around the world that we highlight are located in Australia and New Zealand. Home to six of Golf Magazine’s Top 100 Courses in the World, Australia’s varied landscapes come with an equally exciting array of courses. If you’re looking to play on a golf course overlooking the Great Barrier Reef or on rugged cliffs adjacent to the vast Pacific Ocean, you can trust that Swain Destinations can cater your ideal golfing experience. Another ideal golf location is New Zealand. A country made up of pristine landscapes and breathtaking views, your golf vacation here is sure to be unlike any other. With investments made to creating world ranked golf courses, New Zealand is the ideal location to surround yourself with cascading vistas and lush greenery as you prepare to tee off.
Royal Adelaide Golf Club
Royal Adelaide has long been considered South Australia’s best golf course.
Barnbougle Dunes Golf Links
Barnbougle Dunes course is ranked 4th in Australia and 41st in the world.
Barnbougle Lost Farm Golf Links
The Lost Farm course is drastically different from its neighbor, the Dunes.
Kingston Heath Golf Club
Opened in 1925, as Australia's longest course, now 27th best in the world.
Royal Melbourne Golf Club East Course
Recognized as one of the preeminent golf courses in the world.
Royal Melbourne Golf Club West Course
Royal Melbourne Golf Club is the oldest golf club in Australia without interruption.
The National Golf Club
The National Golf Club has three unique courses -- Old, Moonah and Ocean.
Victoria Golf Club
Mr. Stanley Bruce, then Prime Minister, hit the first ball at the course.
New South Wales Golf Club
Captain Cook found his first drinking water in natural springs near hole 18
The Lakes Golf Club
The Lakes Golf Club is one of Sydney’s most prestigious private golf clubs.
The lodge at Kauri Cliffs gives spectacular 180-degree view of the Pacific.
Bay of Islands
Cape Kidnappers is built on a ridge and valley terrain with stunning views.
The course works in sync with nature, not against it.
The Kinloch Club
Kinloch ranked in top 10 worldwide the US Travel and Leisure Golf Magazine.
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